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E-397 - Well Test Analysis

40 hours GIS/BLWTA
  • Reservoir engineers, engineers and technicians interested or involved in well test design and interpretation
  • Reservoir geologists interested by well-test-generated dynamic information for use in geological models
  • To enhance practical experience and skills in well test design and interpretation through an experiential, hands-on training experience
Learning Objectives
  • To know and understand the theory of well testing interpretation (flow regimes, models)
  • To be able to perform a well test interpretation
  • To be able to design a well test
Ways and means
  • Interactive lectures and practical exercises
  • Hands-on practices using state-of-the-art software for well test interpretation
40 hours over 10 weeks PIE™ or SAPHIR™ software licenses not provided

Well test principles and objectives 8 hours
  • Definitions, objectives, surface tools, downhole tools, metrology
  • Data input, data results, test sequence, gas tests, diffusivity, methodology, flow regimes, special plots, skin, investigation, productivity
Well test analysis: method 8 hours
  • The log scale, conventional method, DD type curve match, BU T/C match, MDH, horner
  • Multirate time, superposition, the derivative (T/C, match, signature catalog)
Well test analysis: applications 8 hours
  • Theory review, no flow boundaries classes, closed system, average pressure and productivity index, software presentation and exercises
Well bore & reservoir conditions 4 hours
  • Well bore conditions, reservoir conditions (homogeneous, 2 Phi), software, exercises
Limits and boundaries 4 hours
  • Limits, boundaries, closed system, software, partial penetration, horizontal well, exercises
Gas and interference tests 4 hours
  • Gas tests, interference tests, software, exercises
Test design 4 hours
  • Test design, complicating factors, reporting, interpretation procedure, test history simulation